go have your engine scanned to see what the problem is the o2 sensor is not the only part in the emissions system
The engine isn't receiving the correct amount of fuel which will stall the motor. Also if the oxygen censor isn't working properly then the motor will stall.
it is ok to continue driving the vehicle while the catalytic converter is not working properly?
You will have poor or no ignition.
Could be a fuel delivery problem such as a dirty fuel filter.
The most common problem with a 94 Toyota Camry 4 cylinder is the fuel pump not properly working. This causes the fuel to stop at certain points and makes the engine stall.
Some signs that your engine control unit is not working properly are car failure, bad gas mileage, and your car running poorly. If your check engine light is on, that might also indicate an ECU problem.
The car might need a tuneup . also the problem might be related to fuel injectors that are not working properly.
The Sensor that is located after cat. converter on side of engine with evenly numbered cylinders.
I think that depends if you have a check engine light on because of it. If the speed sensor is not working properly, the engine will not use gasoline as efficiently so there may be an emission problem
If carb. perhaps choke is not working properly
its not working properly ...should bought a ford
An analysis of the exhaust is a test to determine what is coming out of the exhaust pipe. The idea is to properly burn up all the gasoline and not have any "leftovers". The test will determine if all emissions systems are working properly and the engine is running at optimum levels. Unburnt gasses will be detected if there is a problem. The engine will be checked at idle, and under load.
When sugar is placed in a car engine, it can clog up the engine. This may leave it not working properly and would have to be flushed or replaced.
There are a number of reasons why your Toyota Previa will not start. You should ensure that the battery is working properly, that the engine is able to pump fuel and if you cannot resolve the problem, you should call a mechanic.
It can be many things. Can be a blown head gasket, stuck thermostat, cooling fan not working properly, water pump problem, etc.
Depends on why its overheating. IF the Radiator fan is not kicking on, then there are several things you can check. One is that the AC system is working properly. Unfortunately, Ford tied in the AC system to the cars cooling system (overheating). And without the AC System working properly you might have to wire a toggle switch directly to the fan, with a fuse link on one side, to be able to manually turn on the fan when the car reaches temperature. IF the AC unit is working properly there are 2 sensors. One is on top of the thermostat housing, and actually is in the housing. The other is in the engine block right next to the thermostat housing. IF either of these is not working properly, then the fan unit will not come on. If that is not the problem, you may have a blockage somewhere, and need a serious cleaning of the radiator and/or engine block.
If the engine stalls and won't restart for several hours on a 2003 Santa Fe, there is a problem with the computer in the vehicle. Check to make sure all computer fuses are working properly.
An inoperative temperature gauge will not alter how an engine runs, but the operator will not know if the water temperature has risen above normal without a properly working guage.
The engine will run inefficiently.
Problem with emission system or fuel cap not installed properly
No , the engine coolant will start flowing through the radiator when the engine coolant thermostat starts to open ( assuming everything is working properly ) Helpfull
Bad speed sensor.
it is on the front of the engine, next to the oil filler cap on the v6 2.5l engine. I am not sure where on any other engine.